Definition of too:

part of speech: adverb

More than enough; over; likewise.

Usage examples:

  • " It will for you, too Virginia Woolf in "Night and Day".
  • And you, too Carl! Ralph Bonehill in "Leo the Circus Boy".
  • I know it too well. Robert Hichens in "The Way of Ambition".
  • Feeries can come in that way too Alexander Irvine in "My Lady of the Chimney Corner".

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